The Value of Biosphere Earth, pt. 4: Earth vs. the Universe

Earth, “the pale blue dot,” from 3.75 billion miles away. (NASA, 1990)

There’s Only One Life-Support System.

Closest “Earth-like” planets. [viii]
Mars will never be a life-support system. [ix]

We are Earth-bound.

What Can You Do?

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